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[audio]Randy Roarke lecture on William Butler Yeats, May, 1981. - Roark, Randy
Randy Roark talks about William Butler Yeats as part of Tom Pickard's class on Basil Bunting. Roark discusses Yeats's life and touches on connections between Yeats, Bunting, and Ezra Pound. He reads Yeats's work, including "A coat" and "The fisherman." Pickard adds comments and answers questions.
Downloads: 495
[audio]Reading by Ginsberg, Rowan, Brownstein, Whalen, Orlovsky, Waldman September 1976 - Brownstein, Michael; Ginsberg, Allen; Orlovsky, Peter; Rowan, Peter; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
A reading and musical performance by Allen Ginsberg, Peter Rowan, Michael Brownstein, Philip Whalen, Peter Orlovsky, and Anne Waldman. The reading serves as a fundraiser for Naropa.
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[audio]Reading of Berrigan Sonnets July 1993 - DuCharme, Mark; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Hollo, Anselm; Waldman, Anne
Reading of Ted Berrigan's Sonnets. Naropa students, faculty, and friends read Berrigan's Sonnets in "round-robin" style.
Downloads: 125
[audio]Reading of Indian poets May 1986 - Bye, Reed; Rosenthal, Bob; Waldman, Anne
A reading of the work of three Indian poets. The original language is read first, followed by the english translation. Reed Bye, Anne Waldman, and Bob Rosenthal read the translations.
Downloads: 344
[audio]Reading with Field, Pate, Myles June 2000 - Field, Thalia; Myles, Eileen; Pate, Alexs
This is reading given during the summer of 2000 with Thalia Field, Alexs Pate, and Eileen Myles. In this reading there is a variety of prose and poetry best showing what they were working on at the time.
Downloads: 45
[audio]Reading with Gilbert, Hunt part 2 June 2004 - Gilbert, Alan; Hunt, Laird
A reading, tape 2 of 2, given by Alan Gilbert and Laird Hunt at Naropa University June 19, 2004. Gilbert reads from two long poems in progress. Hunt reads from a selection of prose concluding with 1 1/2 chapters from his manuscript Dear Laird Hunt Author of The Impossibly." This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 47
[audio]Reading with Hawkins, Vega, Jones June 2000 - Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Jones, Hettie; Vega, Janine Pommy
Summer Writing Program faculty reading from 2000. Bobby Louise Hawkins reads from what she describes as a novel in progress tentatively titled Welcome to the Bon Voyage Hotel. Janine Pommy Vega reads from her book of poems The Mad Dogs of Trieste. Hettie Jones reads several of her own poems.
Downloads: 46
[audio]Reading with Katz, Levitsky part 1 June 2004 - Katz, Eliot; Levitsky, Rachel
A reading, June 19, 2004 held at Naropa University including Eliot Katz and Rachel Levitsky. Katz reads new and old poem. Levitsky reads a selection of her translations of Zhang Er and ends with a lengthy reading from her manuscript in progress Neighbor. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 64
[audio]Reading with Mayer Brownstein Collum August 1985 - Brownstein, Michael; Brownstein, Michael; Brownstein, Michael; Collom, Jack; Collom, Jack; Collom, Jack; Mayer, Bernadette
A reading on August 3, 1985 at Naropa Institute introduced by Anne Waldman. The readers, reading their own work or collaborations, included Bernadette Mayer, Michael Brownstein and Jack Collum.
Downloads: 130
[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Hollo, Anselm; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 257
[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Ginsberg, Allen; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 62
[audio]Reed Bye class 1 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class in the series "Rotating Shakespeare" on the play Hamlet. Bye describes the history of criticism on Hamlet and the origins of the Hamlet story, then presents a cosmological interpretation of Hamlet. The class then reads through the play, interspersing the reading with discussion of individual scenes. (Continued on 80P162). This is class 1 of 4.
Downloads: 94
[audio]Reed Bye class 1 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class in the series "Rotating Shakespeare" on the play Hamlet. Bye describes the history of criticism on Hamlet and the origins of the Hamlet story, then presents a cosmological interpretation of Hamlet. The class then reads through the play, interspersing the reading with discussion of individual scenes. (Continued on 80P162). This is class 1 of 4.
Downloads: 167
[audio]Reed Bye class 2 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class on Shakespeare's Hamlet. In this class, Bye and the students continue their reading of Hamlet, debating the timing of the seduction of Gertrude and focusing on the appearance of the ghost of the king. (Continued from 80P161). This is class 2 of 4
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[audio]Reed Bye class 2 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class on Shakespeare's Hamlet. In this class, Bye and the students continue their reading of Hamlet, debating the timing of the seduction of Gertrude and focusing on the appearance of the ghost of the king. (Continued from 80P161). This is class 2 of 4
Downloads: 66
[audio]Reed Bye class 3 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a second class on Shakespeare's Hamlet, discussing the medieval view of the universe and the revolution of thought in the Renaissance, the four humours and the four elements, modes of action in the play, and the musci of the speheres. The class also performs a close reading of Hamlet's "to be or not to be" speech. (Continued on 80P164). This is class 3 of 4.
Downloads: 159
[audio]Reed Bye class 3 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a second class on Shakespeare's Hamlet, discussing the medieval view of the universe and the revolution of thought in the Renaissance, the four humours and the four elements, modes of action in the play, and the musci of the speheres. The class also performs a close reading of Hamlet's "to be or not to be" speech. (Continued on 80P164). This is class 3 of 4.
Downloads: 66
[audio]Reed Bye class 4 August 1980 - Bye, Reed; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Philip Whalen, Pericles, August 1980. On the first half of the recording, Reed Bye continues his class on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," focusing on Hamlet's conversations with Ophelia and Gertrude. In the second half, Philip Whalen presents a class on Shakespeare's "Pericles," concentrating on anachronisms in the play, its staging, and the educational background of the playwrights and audiences of Shakespeare's period...
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[audio]Reed Bye class 4 August 1980 - Bye, Reed; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Philip Whalen, Pericles, August 1980. On the first half of the recording, Reed Bye continues his class on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," focusing on Hamlet's conversations with Ophelia and Gertrude. In the second half, Philip Whalen presents a class on Shakespeare's "Pericles," concentrating on anachronisms in the play, its staging, and the educational background of the playwrights and audiences of Shakespeare's period...
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[audio]Reed Bye, Dharma talk, June, 1988. - Bye, Reed
A short talk by Reed Bye on the increasing mindfulness that comes from dharma practice, including a question and answer session.
Downloads: 253
[audio]Rikki Ducornet Optical Terror July 1999 - Ducornet, Rikki
Recorded July 3rd, 1999 at Naropa, Rikki Ducornet reads her four part essay on Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. The essay covers the catalogical, misogynistic, and scatalogical elements in Swift's work. After reading her essay she answers questions from the audience.
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[audio]Rikki Ducornet, Elaine Equi, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1999. - Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Peter Lamborn Wilson, Elaine Equi, Rikki Ducornet, and Anne Waldman, who is accompanied by Claude Brown and Steven Taylor. Peter Lamborn Wilson reads from his book Avant Gardening: Ecological Struggles in the City and the World. Elaine Equi reads her poetry, including "Letter of recommendation," "Pink shutters," and several others...
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[audio]Rikki Ducornet, Elaine Equi, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1999. - Ducornet, Rikki; Equi, Elaine; Waldman, Anne; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Peter Lamborn Wilson, Elaine Equi, Rikki Ducornet, and Anne Waldman, who is accompanied by Claude Brown and Steven Taylor. Peter Lamborn Wilson reads from his book Avant Gardening: Ecological Struggles in the City and the World. Elaine Equi reads her poetry, including "Letter of recommendation," "Pink shutters," and several others. Rikki Ducornet reads a piece about the Marquis De Sade...
Downloads: 246
[audio]Robert Creeley lecture - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing family relations, the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Ted Berrigan, Charles Olson and syntax, Cole's Island, and Ginsberg's "Laughing Gas." (First half of this lecture is currently not available.)
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture at Boulder High School. - Creeley, Robert
A lecture by Robert Creeley on various topics including Tom Peters and The History of the American Field Service, aging, Robert Duncan, Simone de Beauvior, Walt Whitman, Warren Talman, the Vancouver poetry conference, Susan Howe, Charles Bernstein, and William Carlos Williams. Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist, Black Mountain School, beat movement, 20th century poetry
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics, June, 1997. - Creeley, Robert
Second half of Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics discussing George Herbert and reading "Signs," "Echo's arrow," "Old poems," "Mitch," "Life and death," "Inside my head," "The swan," "The rose" and "The star." (Continued from 97P004)
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics, part 1, June, 1997. - Creeley, Robert
First half of a Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics. Creeley discusses Edwin Arlington Robinson, Marsden Hartley, Creeley's time in the American Field Service, existentialism, Jack Kerouac and the dignity of being a writer, Hart Crane, Robert Frost and Louis Zukofsky. Creeley recounts stories from his own life and talks about the ways in which Robinson influenced him. During the course of the lecture Creeley reads his own tribute to Robinson, "Old poems," as well as part of Robinson's "The man...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. Creeley discusses dreams, the Earth Attractive, traditional forms, Charles Hartman's Free Verse, Robert Frost, Aristotle and tragedy, and restricted verse. (Continues on 86p014.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. Creeley discusses dreams, the Earth Attractive, traditional forms, Charles Hartman's free verse, Robert Frost, Aristotle and tragedy, and restricted verse. (Continued from 86p013.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on John Weiners and his poems - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing John Weiners and his poems, "A Poem for Painters," "A Poem for the Insane," and "A Poem for Trapped Things," affect vs. effect, Charles Olson, San Francisco in 1956, his works "My Mother" and "An Anniversary of Death," William S. Burroughs, and "Dogtown." (Continues on 86p017.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on John Weiners and his poems - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing John Weiners and his poems "A Poem for Painters," "A Poem for the Insane," and "A Poem for Trapped Things," affect vs. effect, Charles Olsen, San Francisco in 1956, his works "My Mother" and "An Anniversary of Death," William S. Burroughs, and Dogtown. (Continued from 86p017.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on language poetry, July, 1984. - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a Robert Creeley lecture on the origins, history, politics, and techniques of language poetry. He looks at how language poetry evolved out of earlier styles as well as its influence on contemporary poets. Topics include the ideas of Charles Bernstein, the work of Charles Olson, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Ezra Pound, and many others, as well as the possibilities for using words without referents...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on language poetry, July, 1984. - Creeley, Robert
First half of a Robert Creeley lecture on the origins, history, politics, and techniques of language poetry. He looks at how language poetry evolved out of earlier styles as well as its influence on contemporary poets. Topics include the ideas of Charles Bernstein, the work of Charles Olson, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Ezra Pound, and many others, as well as the possibilities for using words without referents...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on poetry in motion. - Creeley, Robert
A lecture by Robert Creeley on poetry in motion. The lecture includes a discussion and reading of Basil Bunting, playing of jazz, and selections from Poetry in Motion by Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Kenward Elsmslie, Ed Sanders, Helen Adam, Tom Waits, William S. Burroughs, and Michael McClure. Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on the imagination of procedure - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continues on 86p022.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art ...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on the imagination of procedure - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continued from 86p021.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, a...
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[audio]Robert Duncan lecture - Part 1 - Duncan, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continues on 76p002.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and literature
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[audio]Robert Duncan lecture - Part 2 - Duncan, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continued from 76p001.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and literature
Downloads: 560
[audio]Robert Duncan Memorial October 1988 - Collom, Jack; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Waldman, Anne
A memorial reading for Robert Duncan recorded Oct. 18, 1988 at Naropa featuring Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Jack Collom and others.
Downloads: 66
[audio]Robert Grenier Lecture July 1992 - Grenier, Robert
Tape 3 out of a 5 tape series that features Robert Grenier giving a class on nature poetry in relation to language poetry. Grenier makes reference to various artists and reads excerpts of their work as well as his own work.
Downloads: 47
[audio]Robert Grenier on language part 1 July 1992 - Grenier, Robert
The first tape in a series of tapes that cover a class given by Robert Grenier that covers topics of language, place, and the object. He gives reference to many artists including Larry Eigner and reads some of Eigner's work.
Downloads: 89
[audio]Robert Grenier on language part 3 July 1992 - Grenier, Robert
The fourth tape in a series of five containing a class taught by Robert Grenier. Subject matter of the class includes the work of Joanne Kyger as well as that of Kenneth Irby.
Downloads: 62
[audio]Robert Grenier on language part 4 July 1992 - Grenier, Robert
Robert Grenier on language part 4 July 1992. Grenier reads poetry by Kenneth Irby, references works by Ezra pound, and D. H. Lawrence and discusses the relation of language to place.
Downloads: 77
[audio]Robin Blaser lecture part 1 June 2001 - Blaser, Robin
A lecture given by Robin Blaser June 27, 2001. Blaser spends the majority of the lecture speaking about what her terms "cultural despair." He also discusses at length the practive and process of writing his libretto. After his lecture the floor is opened up for Q & A. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 71
[audio]Robin Blaser lecture part 2 June 2001 - Blaser, Robin
The end of the Q & A session following Robin Blaser's lecture at Naropa University June 27, 2001. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 136
[audio]Robin Blaser Lecture subject of irreparables July 1995 - Blaser, Robin
A lecture by Robin Blaser involving the reading of pieces by various artists including Blaser as well as discussion. Topics of readings and discussion includes the topic of "irreparables" the philosophies and terms surrounding it.
Downloads: 123
[audio]Robin Blaser lecture, Belief, doubt and politics, Part 1, July, 1992. - Blaser, Robin; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise
A Robin Blaser lecture titled Belief, doubt and politics. Blaser discusses Clayton Eshelman, Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Lecture on the times," surrealism and romanticism, Victor Hugo, crucifixes and virgins, Francis Fukuyama and the end of history, Hanna Arendt, Lucian's "Zeus Rants," Robin Blaser's "Rose, Jack and Rexella Van Imp, Sappho and Ann Carsons, Martha Nussbaum, Ariadne and the soul as spider...
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[audio]Robin Blaser lecture, Belief, doubt and politics, Part 2, July, 1992. - Blaser, Robin; Schelling, Andrew
Part two of a two part lecture series by Robin Blaser entitled Belief, doubt, and politics. Blaser discusses language, spirituality, sexuality, gender and the existential given. He reads and discusses the ideas and writing of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Stephane Mallarme and chiasmatic language, Frederich Nietzsche's parable "The madman" and his book The Gay Science/The Joyful Wisdom, Jean-Francois Lyotard's book The Postmodern Condition, and Martha Nussbaum's ideas about the soul...
Downloads: 474
[audio]Robin Blaser lecture, Where's hell?, June, 1999. - Blaser, Robin
A Robin Blaser lecture titled, Where's hell? Blaser reads and discusses portions of his Great companion piece on Dante Alighiere, a poetic commentary on Dante's ideas and use of language. Blaser discusses the works and ideas of other writiers including James Joyce, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Ludwig Wittgenstein and Ezra Pound.
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Downloads: 489
[audio]Robin Blaser reading, June, 2001. - Blaser, Robin
Second half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading, with Robin Blaser reading "Pentimento." (Continued from 01P056)
Downloads: 174
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